Organic superconductors form a young family of superconducting materials. Various types of low dimensional organic materials should be distinguished. There has been considerable progress in understanding the mechanism of superconductivity. Intercalataed materials, including fulleredes, also belong to this family. Small-scale organic superconductivity and pair correlation in organic aromatic molecules can be observed.
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